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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME I.—NO. 7.
MOODY'S JOB MAY
GO TO ATTORNEY
MORRISON
RESULTS OF BEEF INVESTIGATION
HAVE PLACED MOODY
IN BAD LIGHT
MOODY UNDECIDED
DECLARED THAT THERE WAS NOT
ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO IN
DICT PACKERS
WASSINGTON.D. C. Jnly B,—The
indictments of the beef barons of
Chicago were the direct result? of the
President's atlitnde toward the beef
trust cases when he last discussed the
testimony with Attorney Genera)
Moody. The prinoipal point raised by
Moody wae that there was not enough
legal evidence upon whinh to justify
the cases being put on trial.
President Roosevelt declared then
that as long as there was a difference
of opinion between United States
Attorney Morrison and the Attorney
General, the United States attorney
should proceed at once to have the
persons against whom the strongest
oases were made, indicted. He declar
ed that it was not t be province of the
attorney general to say whether a jury
woull convict; that must be left to
the jury.
The outcome of the cases therefore
will determine whether Morrison or
Moody was right, and it is understood
hat if Morrison "makes good "he may
get Moody's place.
ALMOST DROWNED
Ira N. Irvine md Family Narrowly Escape
Finding a Watery Grave
at Seattle
SEATTLE, Saturday, July 8 —
John N. Irvine, his wife and two
small bo«s, narrowly escaped death bj
drowning in Green Lake yesterday
evening. Irvine and his family weie
drivirg along the boulevard next the
lake when Irvine decided to drive the
boggy into the water far enough so
that the tires would be wet, as they
were coming loose. The horse stepped
Into a deep hole and went under water.
The sudden jump threw Irvine and
his family into the water. The horse
oonld not swim with the weight of the
buggy behind him, and was rlowlv
drowned. The children were thrown
clear, and Irvine saved them both
while his wife held to the buggy.
She was afterwards saved
A prelimnary hearung was held
today before Judge Palmer in the case
of the State of Washington vs. J. W.
Quigg with W. E. Stevens the com
plaining witness. Testifying that the
waier in the lateral had been diverted
from his land by means of stones and
boards placed in such a manner as to
turn a too large amount of water into
the Qni ) 4 - intake. After an hours ad
journment Judge Palmer dismissed
the oase.
Rev. Mr. Barnum from Vancouver,
Wash, preaohed his first sermon yes
terday at the Presbyterian Church.
His family will be here in about two
weeks.
You can listen to the band ooncert
this evening and keep cool too. The
ladies will serve ice cream again by
tbe Methodist Church.
AGONIZING BURNS.
are instantly relieved and perfectly
healed by Buokien's Arnica Salve.
O. Rivenbark, Jr. of Norfolk, Va.,
wtites: "I burnt my knee dreadfully;
that it blistered all over. Buokien's
Arnica salve stopped the pain, and
healed it without a scar." Alto teals
•11 wounds and sores, 250 at U. G.
Pagus, draggltt.
CHINA WANTS A
HAND IN PEACE
MAKING
ASKS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT FOR
REPRESENTATION AT PEACE
CONFERENCE
JAPAN UNWILLING
CLAIM THAT THIRD POWER WOULD
BE NUISANCE--TO 6IVE MAN
CHURIA TO CHINA
WASHINGTON, July 9—China's
request to be represented in the
Washington conference, on the ground
chat she is vitally interested in its
proceedings, has been reoieved by the
president and informally transmitted
to tne belligerents. Whether the
president has received the formal ie
plies cannot be learned, but it can be
sta.fd that while Russia is inclined to
favor .the suggestion Japan will not
consent to it.
Japan has already made public her
assuranc that Manchuria is to be re
stored to China. That is one of the
principles for which she says that she
has been fighting. Japan regards
herself as fully capable of executing
this promise without the assistance of
China, and in view *of China's inabil
ity before the war to oope with Rus
sia in Manchuria, the Japanese gov
ernment is unable to see what possible
service a Chinese representative
would be in tbe Washington confer
ence.
The past week has seen few deve
lopments in the plana for the negotiat
i ms. Negotiations for an armistice
are not expeoted to be oonoluded until
after the plenipotentiaries meet. It
is pointed out again that the begin
ning of the rainy season in the war
zone removes the necessity for the
immediate signing of an armistice.
STILL AFAER CONVICTS
Posss in Close Pursuit ol Four men who E»•
cppsd from Penitetlary oa
McNeill's Island
TA X)M A, Wash,. July 9 —Between
9 and 10 o'clock tonight [a possle in
charge of United States Marshall Mor
ris was in close pursuit of two men,
supposed to be convicts George Wade
and W. T MoCarty,. The report
whioh caGme from theLdger dispatch
boat, was dated at Vshon, and stated
that the pursuit was ebtween Vashon
landing and Aquarium, on the east
shore of Vashon island.
Aside from this report and the find
ing of the olothing worn by 'four of
the escaped convicts toady, the man
hunt was rather uneventful.
There were the usual number of ru
mors today, whioh were investigated
only to find that most of them were
groundless.
CLEANS UP FORTUNE
SEATTLE, July 10.—After making
a fortune in the gold fields at Dawson
and sinking the money in a steamboat
venture on the Yukon river, Nels Pet
erson went to Nome last fall without
a cent and] secured a lay on the Port
land bench claim, four miles back of
Nome, on Jthe tundra, and as a result
of his winter's work landed in Seattle
Sunday morning with $1,850,000.
The gold, which is tbe largest ship
ment from Nome tbis season was
brought out on the steam»r Zealaudia.
Mr. Peterson was accompanied on the
trip out by his wife and little son.
Mrs. Wagner who Uvea on the flat
aoross the Columbia river about four
miles below the ferry landing had a
narrow escape from diowning yester
day. While watering her hones they
became frightened, upset the wagon,
throwing her into tbe water. After
a brave struggle ahe teaebed the shore.
WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1905.
ST. LOUIS BANK
GUiLTY OF
FRAUD
POSTMRSTER GENERTL DENIES
USE OF MAILS TO PEOPLES
U. E. BANK
MADE BIG PROMISE
E- C. LEWIS, THE PROMOTER AD
VERTISED LARGELY IN WO
MAN'S NAGAZINE
WASHINGTON, July 9—Poatmaster
General Corteyon tonight anuonnoed
tbe issuance of a frand order against
tbe People's United States bank of
St. Louis, Mo., its office;s and
agents, and E. O. Lewis, a publisher,
effective JJnly 9. The action bars
the company from the use of the
mails, after an investigation by the
postal authorities as to the details of
the business of the institution. Tbe
post master general, in his annouce
ment tonight, says:
"It is understood that the funds
of the bank, whioh hare not been
borrowed by Mr. Lewis in nis enter
prises, amountingjto about two thirds
of the total amount ' remitted, are
deposited in banks and will be avail
able towards reimbursement of the
stockholders, who number upward
of 65,000. It is the {intention of [tbe
officers of the post-office department
to cq-operate with "the secretory of,
state in Missouri in very proper way
for the interests of the investors and
depositors."
E. O. Lewis began advertising the
bank in the February, 1902, issue of
the Woman's Magazine, a publication
whioh he owned and controlled and
whioh he had been publishing in St.
Louis at the time for about a year.
This publication has oontinued to
carry the advertiaeinet of the bank
ever since that time. Lewis made the
most glittering promises in his adver
tisements and the result was that a
stream of gold flowed into the coffers
of the bank until on March 15 1905.
his bank had a capital of $2,000,000
fully paid up.
FIND VICTIMS OF TRAGEDY
Body of Mrs. Mitchell Found in Laks Wash
ington near Place wnors
Boat Ca^isizsd
SEATTLE, Wash. 9—The body of
Mrs. Minnie Mithcell, wbho, with H.
F. Gibson, was drowned in Lake
Washington,J.Tnly 6, was found early
this morning a a h ort distance from
where the boat was found upside
down. James Harriot made the dia
oovery while fishing. —
Mrs Miohell and [Gibson, both f
whom are married, rented a boat early
Wednesday morning, and rowed to
Union bay, an arm of Lake Washing
ton. Neither returned to their famil
ies that night, and a search was made
which resulted in finding the boat up
side down. Gibson's body haa not
yet been found'
Alfred Owen of New York City of
the Owen Press Mfg. Co., has been
visiting with Judge Cutta for a few
days. He left last night for Port
land to meet with the Medical As
sociation at their regular meeting
H. R. Parsball went to Spokane to
day to buy fixtures and stuok for his
new atore.
POIOONS IN FOOO
Perhapa too don't realize that many
pain poisons originate Jn your food,
but some day you may feel a twinge
of dyspepsia that will convince you.
Dr. King's New Life Pills are guaran
teed to cure all aiokneea due to poisons
of undigested food—or money baok.
»5o at U. N. Pogue's drug atore. Try
them.
ONE LOT
Just west of High School Build' g,
if sold at once, CASH, ... $50.00
THE BEST SNAP IN TOWN
ARTHUR GUNN
. . . REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT . . .
Cor. Wenatchee Aye. and Palouse St.
Real Estate ....
Insurance
General Brokerage
SOUSQUET and HOLM
A BIG CUT
IN LUMBER
We do not mean that we have cut the price on lumber,
but that there la more lumber being cut up this summer
than ever. We are looking for more business. We
want you to call and let us figure your lumber bill. If
we can save you money, that's what you are looking for.
If we can sell you the lumber, that's what we are look
ing for.
■ ■ ■
The Pioneer Lumber Firm
WENATCHEE LUMBER COMPANY
F. M. SCHEBLE & SONS.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.

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